Mobile homes have truly evolved.
They derived from “trailer coaches,” which were small units with wheels that permanently attached to a car, and were often used for camping or people who traveled extensively, sort of like this adorable aluminum tiny house that would attach seamlessly to the back of a car.
Yet, in 1956, when the 10-foot-wide coach called the “ten-wide” was introduced to the U.S., so was a new term — “mobile home,” which was considered an inexpensive form of housing.
Yet, by taking a gander at some modern conversions of classics, like this beautiful restoration of a 1975 Winnebago, it’s obvious — like it has been to mobile home enthusiasts for years — that there’s nothing “cheap” about it.
If you love a tiny house on the go, we have found a real gem you for.
This adorable cottage is gorgeous on the outside, but the inside? It’s got one thrilling surprise I’ve never seen in a tiny house before!
Just take a look…
This tiny house, known as The Hope Cottage, is mobile, but it usually stays parked in its gorgeous natural setting in La Conner, WA.
Hope Cottage, known as a glamping (the combination of "glamour" and "camping") bed and breakfast is pretty luxurious inside.
Stairs, rather than a ladder, lead to a loft, making it more accessible for people of all ages and ability.
The stairs also provide lots of extra storage.
Ample windows that show off the picturesque landscape make the space feel light, airy, and bright. Yet, this is not the coolest thing about this house.
The star of Hope Cottage is the full bathroom that has a shower, toilet, and a gorgeous FAR infrared sauna engulfed in glass and wood. Have you ever seen a tiny house that has its own sauna?
The sauna also boasts a BOSE sound system, Wi-Fi, and a TV with Chromecast.
Can you believe there is a usable kitchen space, comfy living area, spacious sleeping loft, and a full bathroom with shower, toilet, and sauna all nuzzled into this neat little home?
It’s the perfect romantic escape for a nature lover!
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